The intensely gripping Sunday Times bestseller, from the author of The Catch and Richard & Judy pick The Holiday
'Thriller of the year? This is the thriller of the decade' My Weekly
'Everything you want from a thriller, and more' Lesley Kara
TWO STRANGERS. A CHILD. AND A SPLIT SECOND CHOICE THAT WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING.
The chance encounter
Ellen was just trying to help a stranger. Giving a few minutes respite to a flustered young mother sitting opposite her on the train. A few minutes holding her baby while the woman makes an urgent call.
Five minutes pass.
As the train pulls into a station, Ellen is stunned to see the woman step off the train and rush away down the platform, leaving her baby behind.
Then she discovers a note in the baby's bag, three desperate lines scrawled hastily on a piece of paper:
Please protect Mia
Don't trust the police
Don't trust anyone
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
'Absorbing and tense, fuelled by a very real sense of jeopardy' Adele Parks
'Logan is undoubtedly the master of the all-too-believable, it-could-happen-to-me story' B.A. Paris
'A brilliant premise, thrillingly executed' JP Delaney, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Girl Before
'Gripping, original, with compelling characters and a great twist!' Jenny Quintana, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Missing Girl
'With a a premise so primal and so gripping it get its hooks into you from the very first page, Logan cements himself as one of, if not the, best thriller novelist writing in the world today' Deborah O' Connor, bestselling author of The Captive
'A hugely entertaining, twisting, propulsive thrill-ride from the consistently brilliant T.M. Logan' Chris Whitaker, bestselling author of We Begin at the End
'I raced through TRUST ME. Totally brilliant. Did not have a clue how it was going to unravel' Heidi Perks, bestselling author of Now You See Her